Traditional workflows are making way for transformative digital workflows that enable greater efficiency, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness. This is very true of digital cinema. Now, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers is offering a virtual course entitled Understanding the Digital Cinema Package for members and non-members. With this course, professionals working in media production, distribution, or mastering can learn how to leverage the SMPTE Digital Cinema Package to enable innovation, automation, and cost savings.
This SMPTE Virtual Classroom course covers the benefits and practical considerations of using DCPs in common mastering and distribution workflows as well as:
Module 1 - Digital Cinema History
Module 2 - Workflow
Module 3 – Digital Cinema's DCDM
Module 4 - MXF in Digital Cinema
Module 5 - The Composition Playlist
Module 6 - Digital Cinema Security
Module 7 - Packaging and Delivery
Developed and facilitated by Jack Watts, SMPTE Standards Community member and media consultant, the course is intended to provide media production professionals, film producers, distribution houses, and mastering vendors with the opportunity to learn about the benefits and practical considerations of utilizing the SMPTE DCP in their mastering and distribution workflows.
Based in London, Watts has worked for global companies such as Technicolor and Deluxe and has more than 12 years’ experience in the media and entertainment industry.
The cost of the course is $599 for members and $749 for non-members but for a short time the courses are half price if you use the code 50Off.
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